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Stuttering in the Classroom: 5 Tips to Share with Teachers that they will Actually Use!

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Have you ever shared tips to help teachers reinforce your lessons for a stuttering student, just to have them forgotten or ignored? As an in-school or online TinyEYE Speech-Language Pathologist, your role isn’t just to conduct direct therapy. There are many other responsibilities you face; one of these is communicating the needs of your students with parents and staff members. Create a circle of care around each of the children you serve by providing methods for them to effectively influence the results of each students’ outcomes. Have you ever wondered how you can communicate this in a simple manner that each students’ teachers can actually apply? Here are five great ideas:

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Topics: stuttering resources, Stuttering

The King's Speech Helps Us Talk about Stuttering: A Resource for Parents and Teachers

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Topics: stuttering resources, Stuttering, speech-language pathologist, telepractice, TinyEYE, Marnee Brick, fluency enhancing behaviors, SLP, Speech Therapy Telepractice, ideas for teachers, Speech Therapist, The King's Speech, Online Speech Therapy, Special Education



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